The Clinical Research Training Program (CRTP) is a one-year certificate program which focuses on core work in biostatistics and epidemiology, and which excludes the second-year research seminars and thesis required of our Master's students.
Potential applicants with the following backgrounds may find the CRTP to be an excellent option:
- Clinical fellows with one year remaining at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (ISMMS)
- Recent college graduates interested in a career in science and/or health care
- Postgraduate health care professionals in nursing or social work
- Postdoctoral fellows already engaged in basic science research
The CRTP includes a core of 9 required graduate courses. Students typically take three courses per term (12 weeks per term), and finish the required courses within one year.
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Learn about the admissions requirements for the Clinical Research Training Program, and review our step-by-step instructions.
If you are a foreign student, your admissions requirements include both government and school regulated processes.
The Clinical Research Training Program program is offered on a full time and part time basis. Full time students are expected to complete the certificate program in one year, while part time students have a maximum of two years to complete the certificate program. International students requiring a F-1 visa are eligible to apply only to the full time certificate program and will be required to register for a minimum of 9 credits per term.
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